A pub which has been a feature of Amesbury for more than a century, was officially reopened by Jan Swindelhurst, mayor of the Hampshire town.
She is pictured with manager Elvis Blanch (front), her consort, John Swindelhurst (back left) and staff.
The Bell, built in 1908, has retained its original name. It was designated a grade II listed building in 1988.
The pub has a beer garden to the rear of the premises and a courtyard to the side.